Honoring the Oceans at Zero Empty Spaces

The Palm Beach Gardens artist collective and gallery will host a World Oceans Day group exhibition and reception June 8

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Grassy Water by Ilene Adams will be on view in the exhibition. Photo courtesy of Zero Empty Spaces
Grassy Water by Ilene Adams will be on view in the exhibition. Photo courtesy of Zero Empty Spaces

Zero Empty Spaces in Palm Beach Gardens will host a World Oceans Day group exhibition and reception to honor the occasion June 8, from 5 to 8 p.m. This special event celebrates the beauty and importance of our oceans through art, while supporting vital environmental efforts.

The exhibition will feature ocean-themed artworks from resident artists. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore 22 working artist studios, meet the artists, and gain insight into their creative processes. Additionally, there will be a raffle of art pieces donated by participating artists.

In celebration of World Oceans Day, 20 percent of proceeds from all artwork sales will be donated to MANG, an organization dedicated to mangrove restoration. Donations will directly support MANG’s mission to plant mangroves, which are vital for protecting coastlines, improving water quality, and providing habitats for diverse wildlife.

For more information, visit zeroemptyspaces.com.

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